Downtown Fort Lauderdale

40-Story Mixed-Use Tower Proposed Beside Brightline Fort Lauderdale Train Station

A 40-story mixed-use tower is proposed for a vacant property at 105 Northwest 3rd Avenue, adjacent to the Brightline Fort Lauderdale train station. The project, named Brightline Residences, aims to enhance the urban landscape of the area. With a height of 466 feet, the tower would encompass 609,381 square feet of space. The proposed plans include 392 residential units, comprising 240 studios/one-bedroom units and 152 two-bedroom units. Additionally, the development will feature 493 parking spaces, 5,986 square feet of commercial space, and 2,888 square feet designated for restaurants. FSMY Architects + Planners has skillfully designed the project, while Ocean Land Investments Inc, operating under BRIGHTLAND FTL OWNER, LLC, is the developer. The proposal is scheduled for review by Fort Lauderdale’s Development Review Committee on June 11. 

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OceanLand Investments Breaks Ground On Sixth&Rio In Downtown Fort Lauderdale

In the heart of a bustling downtown area predominantly filled with rental properties, Fort Lauderdale is set to welcome an exciting addition to its real estate landscape. OceanLand Investments, led by CEO Jean Francois Roy, has officially broken ground on Sixth&Rio, one of the few for-sale condominium developments in the region. The eight-story property, located at 501 Southeast Sixth Ave./Federal Highway, will sit along the picturesque New River, adding an element of tranquility to urban living.

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FAA Building Permits Under Review For 45-Story Tower Designed By ODA In Fort Lauderdale

The Federal Aviation Administration is reviewing permits for a 45-story mixed-use building at 101 Southeast 7th Street in Fort Lauderdale. The tower, if approved, is set to be a significant addition to the city’s skyline, rising 574 feet above ground or 580 feet above mean sea level. The project is being developed by Levon Capital and Ozer Neiman, with architectural design by ODA Architecture.

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FAA Approves Height For Bachow Ventures’ 47-Story 11 Andrews Tower In Fort Lauderdale

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved building permits on March 15 for 11 Andrews, a 47-story mixed-use tower planned for 11 North Andrews Avenue in Fort Lauderdale. The building is now authorized to rise 496 feet above ground or 499 feet above sea level. Designed by CUBE 3 with Witkin Hults + Partners as the landscape architect and developed by Miami Beach-based Bachow Ventures, managed by Noah Bachow, the development will encompass 732,500 square feet of space, including 425 residential units, 7,400 square feet of commercial space, and 425 parking spaces.

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Renderings And Site Plans Revealed For 30-Story Tower At 409 SE 8th Street In Fort Lauderdale

Plans have been filed for RD Rio Vista, a 30-story mixed-use building at 409 Southeast 8th Street in the Rio Vista section of Fort Lauderdale’s downtown corridor.  Designed by Cohen, Freedman, Encinosa & Associates with Botek Thurlow Engneering, Inc. as the civil engineer and Rhett Roy as the landscape architect, the 337-foot-tall structure project would include 267,135 square feet of residential space across 328 units ranging from 510 square feet to 1,225 square feet with an average unit scope 814 square feet, 3,000 square feet of ground floor retail space, and 440 structured parking spaces. The developer is a joint venture partnership between Related Group and Alta Development under the 409 SE 8th Street, LLC.

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